COURSE DATES 8-11 APRIL 2019
FOR AGES 10-15
FULLY RESIDENTIAL – £479
£50 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
VALID UNTIL 21ST DECEMBER 2018 ON ALL RESIDENTIAL COURSES
Nick and Russell team up once again to deliver a course that gives all participants a chance to further develop the technical and tactical awareness of Rugby Sevens. They will focus on the core skill development for both forms of the game such as catching & passing, running lines, offloading, tackling and the breakdown area. As part of the wider education we will emphasise personal qualities of LEADERSHIP, CREATIVITY, RESILIENCE and INDEPENDENT THINKING. We passionately believe that these values alongside a good team ethic form the nucleus of all successful athletes.
This course is all about having fun, personal development and unlocking the mind-set. Through Nick and Russell’s infectious personalities they build a strong and positive rapport with the whole group throughout the course.
When it comes to rugby 7s Sedbergh School has earned national recognition having won the U16 and U18 Rosslyn Park National Sevens multiple times most recently in March 2018. Our School coaches feature throughout the week to offer their expertise in support of Nick and Russell.
Dubai Sevens winners as Player and Coach – Nick & Russell
Now a Rugby Football Union level 3 coach Nick spends much of his time inspiring and developing the next generation. As a player Nick is the leading try scorer in the history of the national leagues. Currently still plying his trade in National Division One with Caldy Rugby Club he regularly finds himself on the score sheet using his blistering speed to outpace even the best defenders. In his Rugby 7s prime Nick represented his country in the IRB World Series winning the Dubai 7s and becoming the leading try scorer in the European Grand Prix series with 35 tries.
Russell Earnshaw is currently one of the most highly acclaimed youth sport development coaches in the UK. Russell excelled as England 7s assistant coach between 2007-13 winning back to back Dubai titles, Twickenham Sevens and England’s first ever victory in Wellington in 2009, returning to be victorious again in 2013. He then forged a career in elite pathways for the Rugby Football Union inspiring young greats such as Marcus Smith, Tom Curry and Zac Mercer. International playing honours came when he earned selection for England 7s at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur and represented England in the IRB World Series.